LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Chelsea have offered Newcastle United first refusal with regards to signing Kenedy on loan next month – a move would only go forward if the Blues sign someone else beforehand.
West Ham striker Diafra Sakho is set to leave West Ham in January, having failed to start a Premier League game this season.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester City are close to signing South American youngster Jesus Medina for £3m from Paraguayan club Club Libertad, according to reports.
Claudio Bravo insists he is happy at Manchester City, despite being the backup goalkeeper to Ederson, adding that his family are settled in the city.
Jurgen Klopp refused to answer questions on Philippe Coutinho’s future when the Liverpool boss was asked about the links with Barcelona during Friday’s press conference.
Liverpool will look to loan out Ben Woodburn this January, but only to a club who can offer him regular first-team opportunities.
Everton midfielder Kevin Mirallas is a target for Greek side Olympiakos, according to reports.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez “belongs to top clubs”, according to David Ginola, who warned the club risk losing the Spaniard.
News of Ben Woodburn’s potential availability from Liverpool on loan next month has put Sunderland on alert.
Birmingham will reportedly lose out to Celtic in their pursuit of St Mirren winger Lewis Morgan.
West Brom will look to bring in Ben Gibson if Jonny Evans leaves in January, though Middlesbrough are reluctant to let the defender move away from Teesside.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes insists he is still planning for the January transfer window despite his uncertain future at the struggling club.
THE DAILY ECHO
Mario Lemina admits he had to build his confidence up “from nothing” after an ankle injury halted his early progress at Southampton.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Sebastian Larsson says victory for Hull City over Leeds this weekend can be a catalyst for change at the club.
Burnley are ‘some way’ clear of their pre-season targets, according to midfielder Jack Cork.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Former Wales international Ian Walsh says Swansea’s owners should shoulder the blame for the club’s demise after Paul Clement was sacked on Wednesday.
Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall has urged fans to keep the faith as the club look to avoid a fifth-straight away defeat when travelling to Preston this weekend.
Gary Bowyer has told his Blackpool players not to “sulk” with the club without a league win in five games.
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